Unlock the magic of Bristol

Straddling the River Avon in the southwest of England, nestled between Gloucestershire and Somerset Bristol is a city rich in maritime history. The Harbourside is where the M Shed museum traces the city’s industrial heritage and is home to a busy restaurant and cultural scene. Bristol is perhaps best known for its Clifton Suspension Bridge Bristol.

Attractions in Bristol

Bristol's Old City
Bristol's 'Old City' is its historic district with several Grade I & II buildings, trendy shopping, the bustling craft beer scene, and theatres.
Bristol Harbour
Built with lock gates in the 18th century to address the tides of the River Avon, the waterfront has become a focal point for travellers and locals.
King Street
The newer part of King Street was developed in the 1660's, so walking down the street now is truly a time capsule of times past.
Corn Street
Corn Street used to serve as the administrative and commercial street for the city; today it is a street lined with Grade I and Grade II buildings.
The Exchange, Bristol
Designed by John Wood the Elder, whose other architectural masterpieces remain today in Bath and Liverpool, the Grade I listed building is now predominantly an administrative building.
Nelson Street, Bristol
When looking for the street art for which the city has become known, begin on Nelson Street and uncover the newest works on display.
St Mary Redcliffe Church
Known for its Gothic architecture, part of the remaining church dates back to the 12th century, though the first church in the location dates back to the Saxon times.
Clifton Brigde
Clifton Brigde
SS Great Britain
Designed by Brunel, the SS GB was the longest passenger ship in the mid-19th century, and ran journeys from Bristol to New York City.


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